Community Land Management Plans (CLMPs) identify clear objectives and established directions for planning, resource management and maintenance of Community Land.
They clarify direction, both to Council staff and the general public, and assist in assigning priorities in works programming and budgeting. Often identical objectives and performance measures will apply to the majority of land within each category enabling a generic approach to the preparation of CLMPs.
Community Land Management Plans:
- Are prepared by Council in consultation with the community, other stakeholders and relevant agencies;
- Identify the important features of the land;
- Clarify how Council will manage the land; and
- Indicate how the land may be used or developed.